Extracting Actionable Knowledge from Domestic Violence Discourses on Social Media

@article{Subramani2018ExtractingAK,
  title={Extracting Actionable Knowledge from Domestic Violence Discourses on Social Media},
  author={Sudha Subramani and M. O'Connor},
  journal={EAI Endorsed Trans. Scalable Inf. Syst.},
  year={2018},
  volume={5},
  pages={e2}
}
  • Sudha Subramani, M. O'Connor
  • Published 2018
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • EAI Endorsed Trans. Scalable Inf. Syst.
  • Respect for human rights is the cornerstone of strong communities, based on the principles of dignity, equality, and recognition of inherent value of each individual. Domestic Violence, ranging from physical abuse to emotional manipulation, is worldwide considered as the violation of the elementary rights to which all human beings are entitled to. As one might expect, the consequences for its victims are often severe, far-reaching, and long-lasting, causing major health, welfare, and… CONTINUE READING
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